Really for anything above simply handyman-level repairs like fixing a leaky faucet, doing your homework is the best way to approach renovation and remodeling. Impatience can be a great motivator, but slowing down just enough to develop a well-rounded understanding of what need and how to make that happen can save a lot of headaches and frustration down the line. Years of study aren’t needed to remedy the outdated kitchen in a house you’re thinking about buying, but take your time to do more than a cursory internet search before hiring someone or diving in yourself.
“A cheyer byfore the chemné, ther charcoal brenned, was graythed for Sir Gawan” Writers have long understood how palpable the image of the fireside is. Who doesn’t love the feeling of sitting down in front of a hot fire on a cold night after a long day? Arguably, the appeal of these specific circumstances is […]
“As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly, when they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky” – A Visit from St. Nicholas by Clement Clarke Moore, 1822 No. It wasn’t originally known as ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, that came later. More puzzling for me has always been how a beautiful image […]